Friday, May 6, 2022

City Council Meeting, Monday May 9, 2022

Please note, this is an In-Person City Council meeting.
The City Council meeting location is at City Council Chambers, 2212 Beach Blvd., Pacifica.   As in past years, off-street parking is allowed in the neighborhood, with a parking permit obtained from a rack upon entering the downstairs Chambers lobby. Place the permit on the auto dashboard, visible to law enforcement personnel.   
Alternatively, the
City Council meeting may be viewed through the City website livestream , or  through local Pacific Coast Television PCT/Pacifica Channel 26 (And note, PCT also links their program calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos.)
For more information, including location parking (and permit), cell phone rules, written public comments, and public comment call-in instructions (offered on a pilot basis) see pages 1 and 2 of the PDF Agenda. 

City Council Interactive Agenda, 5/9/22.     City Council Agenda, 5/9/22, PDF pages 251.

Closed Session,
6:00 p.m

A.   Conference with legal council:  Anticipated litigation, one potential case, Government code,
54956.9, (d), (4), Geary et al., case 3:21-cv-01780VC.

Should your budget balance? NO!! - Propel Nonprofits
Item 12, Consideration:  Budgets.
No, our City budget is better than this,😃.

Open Session, 7:00 p.m.
Administrative: call to order, roll call,reading of Land Acknowledgement (ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush
Ohlone peoples). salute to the flag.  Closed Session Report.

Presentations:   a)  Life saving Award Medal, Officer Sheedy.

Proclamations:  b)  Emergency Medical Services Week,  May 15-21;  c) National Public Works Week, May 15-21;  d) Mental Health Month, May. 

Consent Calendar
1.      Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2021-2022:  
3/16/22 - 3/31/22. 
2.     Approval of Minutes:  a)  4/25/22
3.     Proclamation continuation: a local emergency, Coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard, report.  a)  Proclamation. 
4.     Proclamation continuation:  a local emergency, Anza Pump Station,
report.  a)  Ratifying proclamation. 
5.     Proclamation continuation:  a  local emergency, Novel (new) Coronavirus (COVID-19),
report.  a) Ratifying proclamation.
6.     Approve Co-op nursery/Pomo Park play structure replacement construction agreement with Miracle Recreation Equipment Company (dba Miracle Playsystems, Inc.),
report.   a) Agreement.
7.      Adopt a list of projects, FY 2022-23, funded by SB 1:  Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017,
8.     Adopt a Park Land Dedication facilities impact fee Ordinance, updating Municipal Code Chapter 19,
report.  a) Quimby Act, (in compliance with new State laws).
Public oral communications
(in person or telephone).
Council communications, Staff communications.

Public Hearings
9.    Proposed:  adopt updated sewer charges and capacity fees, FY 2022/23 - 2026/27, (reviewed every 5 years),  report/Ordinance.   a) Resolution: Service Rates and Capacity Fees (final).   b) BWA evaluation rate study memo.    c) Proposed sewer charges, FY 2022-27.   d) Wastewater Capacity Fee Report.    e) Public Hearing Notice.   f)  Public Hearing Notice Updated.   g) 10-Year Capital Improvement Projects cost (CIP).
Proposed:  extend the existing Growth Management Ordinance 5 years,
report.  a) Growth Management Ordinance.    Planning Commission meeting and recommendation, 4/18/22.  b) Resolution 2022-008c) Report (without attachments).  d) Meeting Minutes.   Public Comments. e)  After Planning Commission Agenda Publication.  f)  Prior to City Council Agenda Packet Publication.  g) Current Ordinance with Redlines.
    Appeal of the Planning Commission's approval the Brendan Murphy Project development permit at 570 Crespi Drive (and a part of 540 Crespi Drive),
report.  a) Appeal form detail.  Recommendation action: Open the hearing, take public comments; continue the public hearing to 6/13/22.

  Introduction of the FY 2022-23 Baseline
Budgets, position recommendations, and FY 2028 Capital Improvement Plan, report.  General Fund:  a) Revenues. b) Expenditures. c) ARPA Allocation to date.
Photograph from
Propel nonprofits blog/Kate Barr, 1/14/20.
Other City News, with weekly updates:  Facebook/Connect with Pacifica.   Pacifica Tribune, (news on line and newspaper).     
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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